Call for car parking spaces in Dublin to be given over for use of e-scooters
Dutch firm Dott will make a submission to the Dáil this week to outline its proposals
Car parking spaces in Dublin city centre should be given over to e-scooters as part of efforts to reduce traffic congestion, a scooter rental company has said.
Dott, a Dutch company which hopes to operate here once laws have been passed to make electric scooters legal on Irish roads, will submit a report to the Oireachtas transport committee and Dublin City Council this week to outline its proposals.
It follows the government approving draft legislation...
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